Wednesday, April 1

Men’s team continues to struggle against Stanford

A little over a month into their season, the UCLA men's water polo team appears to have something in common with Spiderman: an arch-nemesis named Sandman. Read more...

Photo: Men’s water polo head coach Adam Wright did not think his team played to their full potential on Saturday, but looks forward to a potential rematch with Stanford.

Men’s water polo solidly defeats UC Irvine, 10-4

UCLA women’s studies lecturer Shiva Falsafi to discuss history of civil society, democracy in Iran April 29, 2010 "”mdash; As protests in Iran remain in the international spotlight, the history behind Iran's social movements can get obscured. Iran's social movements have a long history of political engagement and being involved in the country's democratization. UCLA women's studies lecturer Shiva Falsafi wants to shed some light on that often-tangled relationship between social movements and democracy in Iran at a talk she's giving today at 3 p.m. in 10383 Bunche. [5:01] "UCLA women’s studies lecturer Shiva Falsafi to discuss history of civil society, democracy in Iran"

The sparkling LED scoreboard gracing the Spieker Aquatics Center was far from the only bright spot Saturday night, as the No. 2 UCLA men's water polo team opened Mountain Pacific Sports Federation play with a 10-4 victory over UC Irvine. Read more...

Photo: Redshirt sophomore attacker Cullen Hennessy aims his shot during Saturday night’s 10-4 defeat of UC Irvine. Hennessy scored two goals in the Bruins’ home opener. Saturday’s game was the first competition held in the new, state-of-the-art Spieker Aquatics Center.

Spieker Aquatics Center to host its first game Saturday

After twenty-plus years of speculation and 14 months of physical labor, UCLA's aquatic sports finally have a new arena to call home. Read more...

Photo: The multi-level diving structure at the new Spieker Aquatics Center on the Hill was built for the UCLA swim and dive team and the women’s and men’s water polo teams as well as their club counterparts.

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